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That is a bad battery. It no longer has the cranking amps needed to crank the engine over normally. The power the car uses from the battery to maintain the memory for its electronics is using the very little energy it has over the next few days. A good battery can maintain the electronics for weeks to months typically.
Check the heater control valve. It is usually behind the engine up next to the firewall. Have someone inside the car move the heater control to heat. A lever on the heater control valve should move when this is done.
This valve allows hot coolant to enter the heater core inside the car. If this hot coolant doesn't arrive, you have no heat.
Fuel filter located:
Under hood, passenger side, upper firewall, mounted in fuel line. I think you will see how to change by just looking at it. I do not believe it is the fuel pump. Usually they are all or nothing.